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Kath Godber

Auckland University of Technology (NZL)
New Zealand

Experienced teacher, sports coach, manager, administrator, and official.

Currently a full time lecturer with the School of Sport and Recreation at AUT. Research interests include talented female student-athletes, seriously active ageing athletes, Higher Education teaching and learning, and impacts of COVID-19 on lifestyle, livelihood, active lives, and learning. Enjoy exploring holistic health and well-being, long distance running, and yoga.

Kath Godber's

Sessions

  • High Performance
    High Performance
    The Pressures On Indigenous Athletes: A Case Study
    Follow the journey of a young Māori-Pasifika athlete and student as she navigates the high performance world of sport.

    Participants will receive a glimpse into what it’s like to be the daughter of an iconic professional sportsman. This workshop aims to inform better practice and provision for all high performance indigenous sportswomen, whatever their age or stage.

    Session Title: My dad is a legend. What does that make me?’: A Maori-Pasifika student-athlete's inspiration and aspirations in sport in Aotearoa New Zealand

    In-person session
    2:45pm - 3:30pm
    High Performance

    Participants will receive a glimpse into what it’s like to be the daughter of an iconic professional sportsman. This workshop aims to inform better practice and provision for all high performance indigenous sportswomen, whatever their age or stage.

    Session Title: My dad is a legend. What does that make me?’: A Maori-Pasifika student-athlete's inspiration and aspirations in sport in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Indigeneity
    visibility & voice

    Participants will receive a glimpse into what it’s like to be the daughter of an iconic professional sportsman. This workshop aims to inform better practice and provision for all high performance indigenous sportswomen, whatever their age or stage.

    Session Title: My dad is a legend. What does that make me?’: A Maori-Pasifika student-athlete's inspiration and aspirations in sport in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Indigeneity
  • Active Lives
    Active Lives
    The Impact Of Lockdowns On Young Women
    Discover the challenges that young women (18-25 years) faced during Covid-19 restrictions in 2020 and the impact on their physical activity.

    This workshop will also provide recommendations for institution-based policy and procedures that may limit the impact of any future pandemic lockdowns (or other unprecedented situations) on young women’s active lifestyles.

    Session Title: Young women living life - pandemic or not!

    In-person session
    11:30am - 12:15pm
    Active Lives

    This workshop will also provide recommendations for institution-based policy and procedures that may limit the impact of any future pandemic lockdowns (or other unprecedented situations) on young women’s active lifestyles.

    Session Title: Young women living life - pandemic or not!

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing
    visibility & voice

    This workshop will also provide recommendations for institution-based policy and procedures that may limit the impact of any future pandemic lockdowns (or other unprecedented situations) on young women’s active lifestyles.

    Session Title: Young women living life - pandemic or not!

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing

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